Historic Places

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Indiana’s Mansions Transport Visitors back in Time

Believe it or not, time travel is possible in Indiana. From Madison to Fort Wayne and Kokomo to Muncie, magnificent...
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West Baden Springs Hotel: a wonder and a treasure

BY GRACE HOUSHOLDER Thanks to Indiana Landmarks and the vision and generosity of entrepreneurs William and Gayle Cook and their...
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The Shrine of Christ’s Passion

The Shrine is an interactive, multimedia, “Prayer Trail” that depicts the last days of Jesus Christ’s life on earth. 40...
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Indiana Celebrates Black History Month

Indiana’s proud African-American heritage stretches back to the early 1800s. Today, the state proudly commemorates National Black History Month in...
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Jeffersonville, New Albany offers best of both Worlds

Perched along the banks of the Ohio River, the two charming southern Indiana towns of Jeffersonville and New Albany offer...
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Finding Hidden Treasures in Indiana’s Public Libraries

A treasure trove awaits Hoosier travelers, hidden in unexpected places: libraries.
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The Putnam County Museum

1105 N Jackson St., Greencastle, IN 46135 OFFICE: 765.653.8419 EMAIL: INFO@PUTNAMCOUNTYMUSEUM.ORG The mission of the Putnam County Museum is to collect, preserve,...
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The Eagles Theatre Renovation

Wabash, Indiana, is a fusion of historic character, world-class entertainment, and fascinating attractions. The town’s alluring art scene, along with boutique shopping and...
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Dubois County Museum

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Indiana’s Restored Theaters in Terre Haute

Terre Haute’s Indiana Theatre was purchased by Rob Lundstrom in April 2013 and renovations began that same year. According his nephew,...
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High Tech history opens in Corydon

If high tech and history sound like an oxymoron to you, you haven’t visited the new Harrison County Discovery Center...
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Indiana’s Oldest Restaurants

By Jane Ammeson When Abraham Lincoln stopped at the Noon Day Inn in 1844, the stage stop in Haubstadt had already...
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Real Horsepower: The History of Racing in Indiana

Indiana knows horsepower. Not just the horsepower found in the engines of the Indy or NASCAR racecars, but the kind...
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Presidential Road Trip

Take a Presidential Road Trip, visiting the places in Indiana that played a part in the lives of the three...
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Amidst Elkhart’s Bucolic Splendor: Celebrating the History of Recreational Vehicles

BY JANE AMMESON When my friend Jackie Hughes pulled into the parking lot fronting the large expanse of glass accented...